Where can I physically buy tarot cards is Sydney?
I live on the northern beaches area and want to know where I can go buy tarot cards(not online coz I’m kinda young for that)
Does anyone know if angus and Robertson sell them at warringah mall?
Answer by Merry
You might be able to get the Rider-Waite (older style cards) tarot cards at Angus and Robertson/Dymocks – larger size book stores – no harm in asking 🙂
Other options – New Age type shops such as :~
499 Willoughby Road, Willoughby
(02) 9967 9415
Castle Mall Centre
Castle Hill 2154, Sydney
41 George Street, The Rocks
(02) 9247 4982
Eastern Flair Newtown
319-321 King street, Newtown
Tel. :(02) 9565 1499
What tarot cards would best represent these catigories?
I need tarot cards that would best represent the following:
thanks for the help and blessed be
Answer by Richard Moore
None are related specifically to Beauty in traditional Tarot. The Ace of Pentacles, however, is sometimes connected to the rose, a symbol of purity, promise, and beauty.
Loss: The Chariot, reversed; sometimes the Wheel of Fortune; Death; The Tower; Judgement, reversed; Five of Cups; Ten of Cups, reversed; Three of Swords, upright or reversed; Nine of Swords; Five of Pentacles; Nine of Pentacles, reversed. Closest is Death.
Remembrance/Past: Six of Cups; The Tower, reversed. Closest is Six of Cups.
Relationships: This one actually has too many to name. Nearly all Tarot cards can have some connection to relationships. Your biggest one, though, is The Lovers (obviously).
And don’t let all the naysayers discourage you. You are, by all rights, in the correct Answers section, and should get real answers to your question. You would, however, get more consistently useful answers in Mythology & Folklore, as Christians have driven everything else out of the Religion & Spirituality section, forcing us to relocate. We really should take our place here again, though. They have no right to say that they are the only real religion.
Answer by Pamela
Beauty: The Queen of Wands – her attributes include beauty and attractiveness.
Loss: 5 of Cups; definitely a card of loss & grief. Remembrance: 6 of Cups. The 6 of Cups can reflect a feeling of nostalgia so you could say its loss & remembrance since you can’t be nostalgic for something you still have!
Relationships: 2 of Cups; love & partnerships
How can i learn how to read Tarot Cards?
First off: if your going to bash me, just don’t bother answering!
Anyways, i have decided to learn how to read tarot cards. Can anybody tell me any good websites, books, etc. that would help me. Also, can i use a regular deck of playing cards, or do they have to be tarot?
include anything else you think is useful please.
Answer by Splash Frog
Like any other toy, they come with instructions..
Answer by Bearbones
Most decks have instructions with them.
Answer by James Parell
buy a book or look for tutor on youtube. 🙂
Answer by LJR
A regular deck of cards can be used, but you’d be missing the major arcana. Try this site for instructions on reading with a regular deck.
or try this one which has a link to at least one example of a tarot spread.
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